In collaboration with the Alexander University in Thessaloniki and the support of the University of Stellenbosch, numerous previously untreatable fungal strains have been successfully treated in the laboratory. Many of these fungi and spores are causing huge damage to the global economy. For example Fusarium, Verticillium, Phytophthora, etc.
Fusarium, also known as Panama Disease, has threatened to destroy the entire banana population worldwide.
Verticillium prepares z.Bsp. on olive trees immense damage in the Mediterranean countries.
There are no remedies for these fungi yet !! The use of our rhamnolipids has shown the first very promising results.
Phytophthora is found in numerous subgroups and also causes great losses to agriculture and so far has only been partially controlled by the chemical club.
The experiments are currently being continued in the greenhouse, and here, too, initial successes are to be reported.
Rhamnolipids are biosurfactants and would bring unbelievable advantages for the agriculture, renouncement of chemistry or at least reduction of chemicals, protection of the environment, protection of the consumers and much more
The advantage is that rhamnolipids have natural antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties –
from nature – for nature
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